We will meet at Barcelona’s first Gastronomic center, where we will try a traditional Vermouth, which is synonymous with meeting up for a bite to eat and a drink prior to lunch or dinner. From here we will explore the Raval quarter, where many famous chefs have chosen to open, new innovative restaurants. We will experience the concept behind a Michelin star restaurant run by the former chef de cuisine at the world famous El Bulli, that offers authentic Asian dishes served in the Spanish tapas style. A timeless bistro located in an old nun convent serving traditional tapas, small plates, typical Catalan dishes.
We will experience different foodie concepts, places that we recommend and love, before we stop for dinner at an old fifteenth century chapel, a restaurant that astounds with its medieval-inspired Catalan cuisine. Catalan tapas are reminiscent of the time when the chapel was built, but with a modern interpretation, including the use of local KM0 products and the commitment to proximity, which serve as the unifying element of the restaurant´s philosophy. In fact, much of the kitchen is supplied from the neighboring Boqueria market.